Team Needs: OT, C, S
Marcus Mariota suffered two knee injuries in his rookie season, and while some of that came from holding onto the ball for too long, his blind side needs more protection. Taylor Lewan played decently, but when a team has the first overall pick, they need to go for the best player available at a position of need. Lewan has the physicality to switch to the right side, leaving room for an elite left tackle to take his place.
Three Options: Cordy Glenn (FA), Laremy Tunsil, Ronnie Stanley
The Titans also need an upgrade at the interior. Brian Schwenke hasn’t done anything noteworthy at center, and the Titans leading rusher Antonio Andrews only counted for 520 yards on the ground. Tennessee has drafted a running back the past two years and added more depth in free agency with no success, but an improved line should help the committee already there.
Three Options: Ben Jones (FA) Nick Martin, Max Tuerk
On defense, Michael Griffin was a cap casualty after a few disappointing seasons in Tennessee. The Titans only grabbed 11 interceptions and the secondary is the weak link on defense. A ball-hawking safety would greatly improve a developing defense.
Three Options: Reggie Nelson (FA), Darian Thompson, Keanu Neal
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